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Song Parodies -> "My New Order"

Original Song Title:

"My Immortal"

 (MP3)
Original Performer:

Evanescence

Parody Song Title:

"My New Order"

Parody Written by:

Bryan Pardue

The Lyrics

-Verse 1-
It's so dull and stinky here
I'm trapped with piles of refuse here
How could I have become
The butt of jokes by some
The odor still lingers near
And it won't leave me alone

-Chorus-
Don't try to be obscene
This job is not too clean
I guess this ends my time to clean up waste
When I wake I find myself walking through dirt
When I dream I know I'm just masking the hurt
When I breathe I find I need a Cert
I need a new...
Place to be

-Verse 2-
Trash used to captivate me;
I'd play in it all the time
But young ideas chain me in reality
Any dreams I had
I have no more
Every dream of a good future I own is wasted

(Repeat Chorus)

-Bridge-
I tried so hard to tell my boss that I quit
And though I'm still awake
I feel I'm dreaming again

(Repeat Chorus)

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Joey Lawrence (no, not the actor) - February 22, 2004 - Report this comment
The parody was fantastic, but I can't quite understand the title.

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